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Sheringham Shoal wind farm. Picture: Ian Burt

Vessel master fined after smashing into Sheringham Shoal wind farm turbine and injuring passengers

The master of a vessel has been ordered to pay £3,000 after smashing into an off-shore wind turbine in the dark off Sheringham, injuring his passengers and badly damaging the boat.

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The home in Shorncliffe Avenue, Mile Cross, which which was sealed off after the body of a woman in her 30s was discovered Picture by SIMON FINLAY.

Norwich woman died ‘as a result of hanging’

Police have confirmed the death of a woman in Norwich yesterday is not being treated as suspicious.

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The Walther PPK hand gun dating from 1941, which was discovered during a police search of Jonatha Farmer’s home on January 10  this year

German gun at the centre of former mayor’s conviction for firearms offence could be on display in Fenland museum

A former Wisbech mayor given a suspended prison sentence for owning a Walther PPK hand gun that once belonged to a German soldier is hopeful the weapon can go on show in his local museum.

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Police want to speak to this woman in connection with fraud in Norwich city centre shops. Picture: Norfolk Constabulary.

Do you know this woman? Police release CCTV images after cloned debit card used in Norwich shops

Police have released two CCTV images of a woman they want to speak to after a cloned debit card and a fake utility bill were used to commit fraud in Norwich city centre shops.

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Wymondham teenager sentenced to young offenders institution for drug driving

A teenager who crashed his car into a tree after taking drugs has been detained in a young offenders’ institution.

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Armed police were called to a report of a man with a firearm in Norwich. Picture: Ian Burt

Armed officers called after report of man with firearm in Norwich

Armed officers and the police helicopter were called to part of the city tonight after a report of a man with what was believed to be a firearm.

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Sir Philip Dowson

Former Gresham’s school pupil and respected architect and academy president dies

A Gresham’s School pupil who went on to become one of Britain’s most respected architects has died just days after his 90th birthday.

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Sheringham Shoal wind farm. Picture: Ian Burt

Vessel master fined after smashing into Sheringham Shoal wind farm turbine and injuring passengers

The master of a vessel has been ordered to pay £3,000 after smashing into an off-shore wind turbine in the dark off Sheringham, injuring his passengers and badly damaging the boat.

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Politics See all

Prime Minister David Cameron answers questions at a news conference in Downing Street, central London.

New anti-terror plans could see terror suspects sent to Norfolk and Suffolk again

A scheme which has previously seen terror suspects sent to Norfolk and Suffolk could return under new powers announced by the prime minister.

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Bronwen Lloyd from Surlingham will be appearing in Australian soap Neighbours as an extra.

Norfolk student achieves her dream by becoming Neighbours VIP guest and becoming an extra in the hit Australian show

Bronwen Lloyd is a typical teenager who has grown up watching the Australian soap Neighbours and never misses an episode.

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Education See all

City of Norwich School has become an academy sponsored by Ormiston Academies Trust. Left to right: Nicole McCartney, of Ormiston Academies Trust, Jim Nixon, headteacher, and Paul Fisher, chair of governors

New year, new school - ‘City of Norwich School, An Ormiston Academy’ is born

One of Norwich’s most prominent schools has formally become an academy as the new academic year gets underway.

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Gayton housing estate bid gets green light

Plans to build dozens of houses in Gayton have been given the green light.

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